Felipe Arantes vs Andre Fili Unusual Scorecard

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  1. EndlessCritic

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    http://mmadecisions.com/decision/5626/Andre-Fili-vs-Felipe-Arantes

    Felipe Arantes vs Andre Fili went down as a unanimous decision for Fili in 2014, 29-28 across the board.

    Unusually however, all 3 judges scored the fight differently. One judge gave round 1 to Arantes. Another gave round 2 to Arantes. And the other gave round 3 to Arantes.

    Are there any other examples of a scorecard like this?
     
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    IIRC, they scrambled a lot trading top position. Seeing how most judges aren’t even paying attention to the fight and only look up from time to time, it makes sense doesn’t it?
     
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    Recently that kind of judging is happening almost each card
     
  5. Lissove

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    It proves the fans sometimes need history and good eyes to know who truly is the goat. Weidman has two Ws over Silva and one over Vitor, but we know how fights gone.
     
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    When a split has one guy winning every round on one card but losing every round on another. Too bad there's absolutely no oversight when it comes to this stuff.
     

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